Forcing for argument


in Divorce appeal case, the petitioner wife side is delaying argument for no reason. Only partly argument heard. Now they r forcing respondent husband who is party in person to argue. can court force respondent to argue before petitioner side? Wife side intention is to create confusion and not giving opportunity to husband side to clarify that.
 
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Originally posted by : Venkat
in Divorce appeal case, the petitioner wife side is delaying argument for no reason. Only partly argument heard. Now they r forcing respondent husband who is party in person to argue. can court force respondent to argue before petitioner side? Wife side intention is to create confusion and not giving opportunity to husband side to clarify that.

Any party can argue first. 

If you argue first then you can also argue after the opposite party.

Best option is you first agrue oraly and after opposite party completes its argument submit your written arguments with relevent judgement of supreme court.

But be ready with your written arguments, court will not grant another date for written submission of arguments.

Hope it helps

 
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